Lenexa, KS, July 16, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- PlattForm Advertising, a leading Internet marketing and enrollment solutions provider for the postsecondary education industry, will present at the Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges (FAPSC) Annual Conference, held July 25-27 at the Turnberry Isle Miami in Adventura, Fla. The agency, a division of Ad Venture Interactive, is also a Champion Sponsor of the event.
PlattForm representatives Michael Schulte, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, and Joe Mulvihill, SEO manager, will present an admissions track on the impact of social media marketing. Aaron Edwards, PlattForm’s Executive Director of Business Development, will also attend the conference and participate in an administrative panel discussion about compliance and marketing.
"Staying ahead of the latest marketing trends is an increasingly difficult challenge in the higher education realm,” Edwards said. “At FAPSC, we’re sharing our expertise so education leaders can continue to inspire students to succeed.”
The FAPSC conference will welcome sessions covering an array of topics, trends and other critical information that impact the career education sector. This year, the theme is “Going the distance for students.”
PlattForm has provided creative and marketing solutions for clients in higher education since 1989. Stop by PlattForm’s booth, #1, at the conference to learn more.
For more information, please contact Melissa Cowan, communications specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 913-254-6939.
PlattForm Advertising (www.PlattFormAd.com) is a full-service enrollment solutions provider with a focus on postsecondary education. Boasting an internal staff of more than 400 industry experts, the Kansas City-based firm serves over 4,000 colleges and universities, providing an array of marketing services including interactive lead generation; online marketing; search engine marketing; traditional media placement; and creative services. PlattForm, founded in 1989, is a division of Ad Venture Interactive.